Question 1

            I consider that various ways can be regarded as Golf-Course impacts sustainability through the triple bottom line issues. The first question is social environment; it is clear that the organization has been working over the years that it works hard to make sure the social environment is maintained so that it can be able to meet its sustainability efforts (Werther Jr & Chandler, 2010). This means that the ways should be created via social grogolf-course to keep the social environment in good form because it creates the primary business environment. Secondly is the economic environment; it is vital to note that Golf-Course organization as indicated in the Case study can come up with the needed or the best framework that can support the other ways such as environmental sustainability and social sustainability. There is the need to consider that one of the greatest good of all the approach is empowering of environmental sustainability.

            It is found that the Golf-Course efforts could not be taken in a good way by other external and internal stakeholders.  Therefore, it is clear that there is the need to indicate the group of stakeholders that were affected by the Golf-Course approach. First, it ideal to find the internally affected stakeholders; the customers were hit by the method by Golf-Course. They are considered to be affected positively because they are expected to benefit from the approach because their social, environmental and economic sustainability will have been managed. Suppliers are considered that if the approach can affect the customers positively, then they will also be a direct beneficiary of the same. Lastly, the shareholders are expected to get both positive and negative impacts on the same. It is ideal to consider that they can be affected by the success of the Golf-Course approach and negatively from it approach as well.

            The external stakeholders that will be affected by the approach undertaken by Golf-Course are the government and activists. They will be there as a watchdog to the undertaking that the organization is taking. Therefore, this might affect the functionality of the approach in a negative way.

Social forces: It is considered that the social elements are considered as the primary or the key drivers towards changes towards sustainability.  I consider that the organization is ready to make environmental sustainability hence it value to social values and beliefs of the customers as critical towards the expected change.

Economic forces: These forces affects the environmental sustainability of Golf-Course. It is defined that Golf-Course is stable financially to be able to sustain the sustainability project or approach that is yet to be rendered

Competition: The competition in the environment is healthy hence able to trigger Golf-Course to meet its suitability haste to retain more clients as well as gain others.

Political factors: It is can be seen that the activists are there to question the ability of the company to be able to meet its sustainability efforts. The organization ought to come up with the needs systems to keep off from political forces.

Labor Forces: It is considered that the pressure from the labor organization is one of the key issues that mad Golf-Course to take the needed steps to foster change and success of the company. The CFO considers that of the enterprise can be environmentally sustainable; and then there will be limited labor problems that can affect it in the future because it will also turn out to be economically viable.

Shareholders Force: The pressure from shareholders is said to have high pressure on him to turn the company into a sustainable one. Since the shareholders are part of the business environment, they played a greater role in steering sustainability.

Question 2

Utilitarian approach: It is considered ideal to be great when it comes to delivery of services to the environment that needs to be sustained hence consistent (Du, Bhattacharya & Sen, 2010).

Individual approach: The organization is consistent with this because it is also there to abide my self-interest of the people in the environment.

The moral rights approach: It is consistent with this approach because it accepts the fundamental rights shared by all the stakeholders and everyone to meet its sustainability dreams.

Justice approach: It is considered that for sure Golf-Course is one of the best when it comes to adhering to this approach because it can respect the objective standards of equity and fairness.

Question 3

            To have a total ethical corporate social responsibility as stated by Carroll an organization should be able to pose economic responsibility; be profitable, legal responsibility; obey the law, ethical responsibility; be ethical and discretionary responsibility; contribute to the community.  It is clear that it is able compared effectively with the figure 3.2 by Carroll since it meets all the above requirements as denoted (Carroll & Shabana, 2010).

            It is clear from the case study that since Golf-Course was able to get the sustainability project on board, it has been easy for the company to make changes in the business, such as economic, financial and profitability changes. It can, therefore, be concluded that the approach has paid off due to the above changes even though not fully integrated. This means that a full integration of the sustainability approach will mean high and great profits or returns.   The above should be done to make sure that all the issues being undertaking at the golf course is in order not only to the society but also to the environment. Damages should be limited in whichever way to make sure that success is attained.